joclo Posted April 17, 2012 Report Share Posted April 17, 2012 2012 Formula 18 Worlds Long Beach California Event Website - http://www.abyc.org/event.cfm?id=378 To all Australian F18 Sailors. It worlds time again and this year where heading to the USA. As usual Australia has been allocated its spots based on registered members during the season, once again 8 spots for Australians who qualified during the nationals. Due to the great interest from Australian Teams I have also requested from the International Association a further allocation of spots bumping us up to 13 slots if we can commit to filling them. Worlds 2012 NOR has been issued (see event web site), so now we need to have a show of hands of those wanting to go. Allocation will be given to the top 8 positions from the nationals then to those who sailed wishing to go, and then followed by anyone who throws their hat in. Nats results are as follows and I ask for those wishing to attend the worlds to please let us know ASAP including sailors who did not race at the Nats. First in claims the spots. 2012 National Results. MIRW 1 211 Team Wildcat Austral Jason Waterhouse 2 AUS26 Nacra NQ Mick Guinea 3 AUS9 Nacra No1 Adam Beattie 4 1484 Ullman Sails Dale Mitchell 5 1470 OVERDRIVE Luke McMullen 6 1459 Team Magic Marine Warren Guinea 7 826 Gash Rob Lattimore 8 AUS10 Durepox Paints James Ogilvie 9 183 Team Harken Katie Spithill Pellew 10 1021 Goose Marine Gary Gornall 11 1082 High roller Grant Bow 12 276F Feral Cat Brett White 13 1430 sneak'n'around Leigh McNally 14 1244 Uptown Girl Mark Leitner 15 AUS619 Cruel and Heartless Ian Simpson 16 Bent & Twisted Grant Rodgers 17 1023 Flying Fish Leanne Gould 18 1483 Bogan Entry Martin Webb 19 751 Magical Kyle Amadio 20 207 Silver Fox Peter Lane 21 1491 Allbroke William Lucas 22 AUS96 Wet Stuff Paul Whyte To email your interest in being part of the Australian Team please send an email to the following address. James.email@example.com Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.